Google Photos radically improves photo and video editing

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Google Photos launched its new photo editor in Spain last October. This editor had a new interface and a series of new functions were introduced in it, with which you can edit your images in a better way. Google continues to improve this editor with a host of new features focused on videos.

In a statement on its website, they have announced the improvements that are introduced in this editor on Google Photos. Thanks to these improvements, it will not only be possible to edit the images in a better way, but also the video editing improves in the popular application.

Google Photos editor keeps getting better


In the previous update, photo editing was improved and now it is the video editing which gets a series of improvements. The application launches a new video editor, where we can perform more actions. In addition to cropping, stabilizing, and rotating videos, you have the ability to change perspective, add filters, expand granular edits (including brightness, contrast, saturation, and warmth), and more.

There are more than 30 different controls with which to edit the videos in the application, to obtain the best possible result. This new video editor is already launched in the application on iOS and will reach all users on Android in the coming weeks.

Features for Google One users

Google Photos Portraits

In addition, some of the functions are introduced currently available on Pixels for users with a subscription to Google One, as mentioned in the fall for the first time. These improvements in the editor of this app include effects that transform images through machine learning. Portrait Blur is capable of blurring the background after capture and Portrait Light can enhance the illumination of faces in portraits.

Blur and Color Pop functions They are already available in Google Photos, being possible to use them in photos taken with portrait mode. Now, users on Google One will be able to apply these effects on more photos of people, even those that have not been taken using the phone’s portrait mode, also on old photos, for example.

Those with a subscription to Google One will have access to more effects and filters to enhance your photos in a simple way, with a simple tap. These improvements will be launched for these users over the next few days, in the new version of the photos app.

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